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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 288 pages of information about Slave Narratives.

Title:  Slave Narratives:  A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves:  Volume IV, Georgia Narratives, Part 1

Author:  Work Projects Administration

Release Date:  October 5, 2004 [EBook #13602]

Language:  English

Character set encoding:  ASCII

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[TR:  ***] = Transcriber Note [HW:  ***] = Handwritten Note

SLAVE NARRATIVES

A Folk History of Slavery in the United States
From Interviews with Former Slaves

Typewritten records prepared by
the federal writersproject
1936-1938
assembled by
the library of Congress project
work projects administration
for the district of Columbia
sponsored by the library of Congress

Illustrated with Photographs

WASHINGTON 1941

VOLUME IV

GEORGIA NARRATIVES

PART 1

Prepared by the Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration for the State of Georgia

INFORMANTS

Adams, Rachel
Allen, Uncle Wash [TR:  originally listed as Rev. W.B. (Uncle Wash)]
Allen, Rev. W.B. [TR:  different informant]
Atkinson, Jack
Austin, Hannah
Avery, Celestia [TR:  also appended is interview with Emmaline Heard
  that is repeated in Part 2 of the Georgia Narratives]
Baker, Georgia
Battle, Alice
Battle, Jasper
Binns, Arrie
Bland, Henry
Body, Rias
Bolton, James
Bostwick, Alec
Boudry, Nancy
Bradley, Alice, and Colquitt, Kizzie [TR:  interviews filed together
  though not connected]
Briscoe, Della
Brooks, George
Brown, Easter
Brown, Julia (Aunt Sally)
Bunch, Julia
Butler, Marshal
Byrd, Sarah

Calloway, Mariah
Castle, Susan
Claibourn, Ellen
Clay, Berry
Cody, Pierce
Cofer, Willis
Colbert, Mary
Cole, John
Cole, Julia
Colquitt, Martha

Davis, Minnie
Davis, Mose
Derricotte, Ike
Dillard, Benny

Eason, George
Elder, Callie
Everette, Martha

Favor, Lewis [TR:  also referred to as Favors]
Ferguson, Mary
Fryer, Carrie Nancy
Furr, Anderson

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